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Clarendon Lectures in Finance 2013: THE ADAPTIVE MARKETS HYPOTHESIS - 12-14 June 2013

Andrew Lo, Harris & Harris Group Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management; Director of the MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering

Lecture 1: Evolutionary Foundations of Behaviour and Rationality, Wednesday 12 June
Lecture 2: Hedge Funds: The Galapagos Islands of Finance, Thursday 13 June
Lecture 3: Adaptive Markets in Theory and Practice, Friday 14 June

These Clarendon Lectures will review the conflict between the Efficient Markets Hypothesis and behavioural anomalies, and will reconcile the two by applying the principles of evolution to human behaviour and develop implications for investment theory and practice.

All lectures will start at 5.30pm, are open to the public and admission is free.

All Lectures will be held in:
Lecture Theatre 5, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

For more information please contact Michael Burt: michael.burt@oup.com

The Clarendon Lectures in Finance are jointly organised by Oxford University Press and the Saïd Business School. Begun in 2002, the annual lectures take place over three days and are presented by an eminent scholar at the invitation of the organisers. The Clarendon Lectures in Finance book series allows the lecturers the opportunity to expand upon their presentations for a broader audience, offering insights into thinking that is currently driving the subject forward.

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Understanding Financial Crises

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Franklin Allen, Douglas Gale

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02 April 2009
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